An invention in ‘Mechanisms of Energy Conversion’
based on a new concept in ‘Kinematics’ (skeleton base) of machines
The most important of machines of the 20th century are primemovers like engines and turbines. And then there are utility machines, motors, pumps, compressors etc. These machines are used in Industrial and domestic purposes. The current generation of these machines use either the slider crank or the rotary mechanism.
Engines that powers cars, trains and ships are mostly based on the slider crank mechanism while wind turbines, and jet engines used in aviation are based on rotary mechanism. Even the electric motor used in battery driven cars are based on rotary mechanism.
The application of RVCR is numerous ranging from Primemovers to all kinds of fluid handling machines. This includes not just Primemovers and utility, but in dosing devices in Agro, food and pharma industries. We are currently focused on two applications namely RVCR Green I.C.Engines and RVCR wind motors.
A prelude to the evolution process that led to modern Machines
They say necessity is the mother of all inventions, but RVCR wasn’t so. It is an invention by thought experimenting with possibilities. Hence it is by the power of his imagination and perspective by Inventor engineer Mr. Ajee Kamath. The question that occurred to him was, ‘Why does the piston need to oscillate’, why not use two vanes to produce the required compression and expansion of gases, required in Engines and compressors etc.?
He visualized the mechanism and further through time devised solutions to various feasibility issues encountered while exploring the possibilities with his novel idea. He could never find any reason why such a mechanism would not work.
The invention is verified for ‘novelty’, ‘inventive step’ and ‘industrial’ but almost 49 nations which granted patents for the invention of RVCR.